Giving Something Back Grants 2024 - applications now open!

Giving Something Back Grants 2024 - applications now open!

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Giving Something Back Grants 2024 - applications now open!

15 April 2024

Our Giving Something Back Grants are back for a fourth year and we're delighted to have a further £20,000 of funding available to continue supporting local charities and projects with the fantastic work they do.

These grants are made possible by the generosity of the contractors, Graham Hygiene, Rogerson Plumbing & Heating Ltd., Shine Cleaning Services (Edinburgh) Ltd., Eurojet (Scotland) Ltd., City Technical Services (UK) Ltd., Ritchie Builders, Mitie Property Services (UK) Ltd., Kingdom Maintenance (Fife) Ltd., HL Tree Services and Intona Ltd. These contractors have signed up to our charitable framework, donating 2% of their invoiced costs to benefit good causes.

To enter, all you have to do is fill in the application form below before the deadline of Monday 24 June.

Successful applicants will then be invited to pitch their ideas to Fife Housing Group colleagues at our Dragon’s Den-style event in August/September time (date TBC).

The grants are part of our ongoing commitment to making a difference in our local communities and we cannot wait to see what this year brings.

Please note that:

  • We encourage new applicants and welcome all different kinds of projects
  • Priority will be given to local groups and projects working within the towns and villages in Fife where we have homes
  • Giving Something Back Grants cannot be used to fund employment opportunities or expenses, including those for volunteers. It also cannot be used to buy gifts or other tokens of appreciation
  • Your details will be processed as described in our Privacy Policy

Please note that we will contact you six months after you receive the funding for an update on your project so that we can share your progress with our tenants and other stakeholders on your project.

We will also require you to complete a short report after 12 months, giving a further update and detailing how the funds have been spent. If you fail to comply with this we may ask for the funding to be returned to be used in another area of need.


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